PSD2 in 90 Seconds Friday 15th December

PSD2 in 90 Seconds Friday 15th December

By December 15, 2017 PSD2, Research No Comments

Welcome to our roundup of the best news and opinion on PSD2 from the last week.

 Sloppy coding + huge PSD2 changes = Lots of late nights for banking devs next year – The Register

In a recent review by code analysers CAST, financial services organisations had the highest number of violations caused by coding mistakes and non-secure coding practices per thousand lines of code.

This poses a particular risk with the impending need to offer API access to third parties – and banks should be cautious not to prioritise user experience over security.

Who is monitoring the new rules of PSD2? – Media Planet

Introducing the Payment Systems Regulator (PSR), the body who will be responsible for maintaining and enforcing rules covering the treatment of requests by Payment Services Providers (PSPs) to get access to payment systems.

Countdown: One month to go until PSD2 – Information Age

With only a month to go until the implementation of PSD2 – is mere compliance is enough? Going the extra mile with new, additional APIs is the key to exploiting the new legislation.

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